1. Tesserae made of tile and stone used to make decorative floors.
2. Grey ware pottery sherd with zig-zag decoration. This type of pottery was for everyday use and storage and produced everywhere.
3. Sherds of colour-coat pottery which was a fine table ware, often used to make drinking cups and made in the Nene Valley.
4. Sherd from a huge amphora used to import wine or olive oil.
5. Wall plaster with traces of painted decoration showing that this was once a building of fairly high status.
6. Restored mortarium and additional painted mortarium rim sherd used for grinding and pulping food like a modern-day mortar and pestle.
7. Sherds from the base of a Samian ware bowl stamped with the potter’s name of ‘CINTUSMUS’. This type of pottery was used as a fine dining ware and imported from the continent. It often featured moulded decoration showing figures, animals, leaves and flowers. There is an animal on the small sherd here.